Alex Kutt
Alex Kutt
Professor (adjunct) CDU, Director Ecosystem Management NTG
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Focus on poleward shifts in species' distribution underestimates the fingerprint of climate change
J VanDerWal, HT Murphy, AS Kutt, GC Perkins, BL Bateman, JJ Perry, ...
Nature climate change 3 (3), 239-243, 2013
The database of the PREDICTS (projecting responses of ecological diversity in changing terrestrial systems) project
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (1), 145-188, 2017
The effects of grazing and fire on vegetation and the vertebrate assemblage in a tropical savanna woodland in north-eastern Australia
AS Kutt, JCZ Woinarski
Journal of Tropical Ecology 23 (1), 95-106, 2007
Weather, not climate, defines distributions of vagile bird species
AE Reside, JJ VanDerWal, AS Kutt, GC Perkins
PloS one 5 (10), e13569, 2010
The current decline of tropical marsupials in A ustralia: is history repeating?
DO Fisher, CN Johnson, MJ Lawes, SA Fritz, H McCallum, SP Blomberg, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (2), 181-190, 2014
Quantifying extinction risk and forecasting the number of impending Australian bird and mammal extinctions
HM Geyle, JCZ Woinarski, GB Baker, CR Dickman, G Dutson, DO Fisher, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 24 (2), 157-167, 2018
Optimizing allocation of management resources for wildlife
H Marsh, A Dennis, H Hines, A Kutt, K McDONALD, E Weber, S Williams, ...
Conservation Biology 21 (2), 387-399, 2007
Feral cat (Felis catus) prey size and selectivity in north‐eastern Australia: implications for mammal conservation
AS Kutt
Journal of Zoology 287 (4), 292-300, 2012
Projected changes in distributions of Australian tropical savanna birds under climate change using three dispersal scenarios
AE Reside, J VanDerWal, AS Kutt
Ecology and evolution 2 (4), 705-718, 2012
Fire regime shifts affect bird species distributions
AE Reside, J VanDerWal, A Kutt, I Watson, S Williams
Diversity and Distributions 18 (3), 213-225, 2012
Measure it to better manage it: a biodiversity monitoring framework for the Australian rangelands
TJ Eyre, A Fisher, LP Hunt, AS Kutt
The Rangeland Journal 33 (3), 239-253, 2011
Variation in terrestrial mammal abundance on pastoral and conservation land tenures in north‐eastern A ustralian tropical savannas
AS Kutt, IJ Gordon
Animal Conservation 15 (4), 416-425, 2012
The effects of vegetation structure on the birds in a tropical savanna woodland in north-eastern Australia
AL Tassicker, AS Kutt, E Vanderduys, S Mangru
The Rangeland Journal 28 (2), 139-152, 2006
Increased grazing and dominance of an exotic pasture (Bothriochloa pertusa) affects vertebrate fauna species composition, abundance and habitat in savanna woodland
AS Kutt, A Fisher
The Rangeland Journal 33 (1), 49-58, 2011
Persistence through tough times: fixed and shifting refuges in threatened species conservation
AE Reside, NJ Briscoe, CR Dickman, AC Greenville, BA Hradsky, S Kark, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 28 (6), 1303-1330, 2019
Continuum or discrete patch landscape models for savanna birds? Towards a pluralistic approach
B Price, CA McAlpine, AS Kutt, SR Phinn, DV Pullar, JA Ludwig
Ecography 32 (5), 745-756, 2009
Avifaunal disarray: quantifying models of the occurrence and ecological effects of a despotic bird species
JR Thomson, M Maron, MJ Grey, CP Catterall, RE Major, DL Oliver, ...
Diversity and Distributions 21 (4), 451-464, 2015
Small-mammal species richness and abundance along a tropical altitudinal gradient: an Australian example
BL Bateman, AS Kutt, EP Vanderduys, JE Kemp
Journal of Tropical Ecology 26 (2), 139-149, 2010
Incorporating low-resolution historic species location data decreases performance of distribution models
AE Reside, I Watson, J VanDerWal, AS Kutt
Ecological Modelling 222 (18), 3444-3448, 2011
Correlates of recent declines of rodents in northern and southern Australia: habitat structure is critical
MJ Lawes, DO Fisher, CN Johnson, SP Blomberg, ASK Frank, SA Fritz, ...
PLoS One 10 (6), e0130626, 2015
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